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 Audit Report Writing

5/31/2013 8:30 AM
5/31/2013 12:00 PM
DeVry - 2349 W Lake Street, Addison, IL 60101, Room 230 |  


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The IIA Chicago-West Chapter Presents

Effective Audit Report Writing
Date is 5/31/2013, 8:30a.m. – 12:00p.m.
4 CPES, NOW ONLY $30!!!  
Due to popular demand, we are offering this seminar on how to write an effective audit report.
Course Agenda
During this training session you will learn how to:
       Identify your audit report audience
       Recognize the importance of writing audit reports
       Identify and complete the five components of an audit observation
       Group audit findings for your audit report
       Construct an audit report
       Develop audit reports that are objective, clear, concise, complete and timely
       Deal with those items not included in your audit report.
This will be a hands on seminar.  Attendees will be asked to send a copy of a current audit report to the instructors in advance of the seminar and then to bring the findings from a current audit with them on the day of the seminar.  We will be using these “current audit findings” to develop an audit report from all of the findings during the course of the seminar.
Your Seminar Instructors
Paul Rosol  (Click here for Bio)
Paul is the Director of Risk Advisory Services for the Midwest market of Jefferson Wells.  Paul has over 25 years experience within the Financial Services industry, specializing in the areas of enterprise risk management, internal audit, control, loan review, loss prevention and insurance.  Prior to joining Jefferson Wells, Paul’s experiences included 15 years with Wells Fargo in its internal audit and risk management areas, with five years as the director of financial services consulting for RSM McGladrey.  Paul also spent nine years in the retail industry as the chief auditor for two national retailers.
Paul received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from St. John’s University in Collegeville, MN.  He has co-authored three manuals published by Sheshunoff Information Services, Inc. – Controlling Operating Costs within Banks, Bank Profit Improvement and Branch Operations Management Services.  In addition to these manuals, Paul has also authored articles for the Sheshunoff Financial Institutions Operations and Technology Newsletter and is a former member of the Internal Audit Faculty, Bank Administration Institute’s Graduate School of Banking.



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